Our stationary oxygen concentrators are the most popular classic models of our oxygen therapy equipment. We have a professional technical team with 20 years of R&D experience. Continuous design and optimization for stationary oxygen concentrators. Each concentrator will be shipped to your desired location with spare accessories, power cords, sturdy outer packaging, manufacturer's warranty, and manual. CANTA will get you the most professional service at the best price.
The CANTA brand oxygen generator has obtained practical technical patents on machine noise reduction and PSA molecular sieve filling. The continuous pursuit of progress in research and development capabilities is only to bring a better experience to users.
The start-up and operation of a stationary oxygen concentrator is very simple. In addition to a dedicated operation video to guide the user, there is also a user manual to help you better understand the machine.
It is worth mentioning that our external filters are reusable. When you feel that the filter is contaminated, you can clean the filter net by washing it with water, and remove the dust from the filter paper by tapping.We provide a set of spare filters for each machine for user replacement.
Our stationary oxygen concentrators are equipped with multiple alarm systems to provide you with peace of mind.
The stationary oxygen concentrator can continuously deliver oxygen with a concentration of ≥90%; the weight of the stationary oxygen concentrator is between 5-31KG.
It usually needs to be divided into three steps, first plug into the wall socket, then add the right amount of water in the humidifier bottle and connect the tube, and finally turn on the switch so the concentrator can run.
The portable oxygen concentrator is 1.95KG in weight and supports a battery power supply. With a backpack, it can be used to inhale oxygen anytime, anywhere.
Once the battery is assembled, turn on the machine and select the desired mode to start enjoying oxygen therapy.
An oxygen concentrator that needs to be connected to a power source is called a stationary concentrator. For example, V series, HG series, VH5 series, etc.
The first step is to connect the power supply, the second step to turn on the concentrator switch, the third step to add an appropriate amount of water to the humidifiler bottle, and finally to connect the tube and nasal cannula to start oxygen inhalation.
Option for 24 hours, 365 days continuously working makes you rest assured.